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KUALA LUMPUR: The World Bank has lowered Malaysia’s GDP growth to 4.5% this year from 6% earlier amid a dramatic resurgence of the Covid-19 virus beginning in mid-April 2021.
LEEDS, England (Reuters) - He had one final push, gave it his all, but a shot at making it a hat-trick of triathlon Olympic gold medals has proven a step too far for Alistair Brownlee. But that does not mean his impact in sport - in Tokyo and beyond - is over yet.
TWO SPM school-leavers from poor families in Raub, Pahang, are all smiles and looking forward to furthering their studies very soon with the help of “Uncle Ti”.
THE highly anticipated jump in inflation has arrived in different countries across the world.
TOKYO: Japanese stocks were on track for their worst decline in almost four months, extending losses from late last week as hawkish comments from the US Federal Reserve crushed the reflation trade that had driven the market earlier this year.
TORONTO: With fiscal spending booming and households awash with cash, investors are betting that the Bank of Canada’s (BoC) next tightening cycle, expected to begin in 2022, will result in interest rates climbing above the previous peak for the first time in decades.
TOKYO: Asian stocks dropped on Monday after last week's surprise hawkish shift by the U.S. Federal Reserve reduced the allure of riskier assets, while the Treasury yield curve flattened further with 30-year yields dropping below 2%.
For Americans whose businesses fall victim to ransomware and want simple advice on whether to pay the criminals, don’t expect much help from the US government. The answer is apt to be: It depends.
WASHINGTON: The thought of central bank policy makers easing off their campaign to liquefy bond markets has hung like a sword over equity investors for years.